Thanks for the info.
The trouble is either a bad thermal fuse, or the element has gone bad.
The thermal element is very inexpensive and will be located on the aluminum heating element housing, you can remove the two outer wires and connect them together (temporarily) making sure they do not touch any metal. Then run the dryer , if it heats you can simply order that part. If it doesnt heat still then the heationg element would be the culpret and needs replacement. Also not too expensive.
You could , if you have a multi meter, test the element and the thermal fuse sith the meter set on continuity that would also give you the info you need to determine which is at fault.
Another option, if you are going to make this repair, you could change both the element and the thermal in this way you would be sure not to have trouble with the dryers heating for a long time to come.
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You can obtain the part(s) from Cashwell Appliance(NNN) NNN-NNNN They are relaibel and will ship the part(s) to you the same day you call. All you will need is the model # XXXXX tell them that you want the parts listed above, depending on what you find or if you are just going to replacde both parts.